Best Intermediate Skiing Colorado


Grooming more than 800 acres each day, with 43% of the terrain rated intermediate, this translates to smooth and encourages push to next level.LEARN MORE 


Copper’s terrain naturally separates skiers by skill-level. This means intermediate skiers can ply their craft without advanced skiers fast approaching.LEARN MORE 


At more than 3100 skiable acres, Snowmass is huge, one of the largest ski resorts in the country and more than half of its runs are labeled intermediate.LEARN MORE 


Steamboat Springs is an intermediate skiers dream. And thanks to its 3-hour+ drive time from Denver, weekend warriors largely leave this resort alone.LEARN MORE 


With near one third of Vail’s ski terrain labeled intermediate, that’s 1,500 acres. It’d take days for intermediate skiers to explore every run.LEARN MORE 

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